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Varsity girls fall short

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Gowrie, Iowa January 27- Southeast Valley (6-11) Sioux Central (12-5) - The Southeast Valley Jaguars made a 4th quarter run at the Sioux Central Rebels but fell short in the closing minutes. Tenacious defense by the Jaguars along with field goals by Lane, Scott, and Jaeschke helped cut the Rebel lead to 3 points with approximately 5 minutes left in regulation.  The Jaguar team defense also held Sioux Central to 3 points for the first 9 minutes of the second half. Score by quarters for the Jaguars was 11-8-13-15=47 for the Rebels 18-18-3-16=55. Emily Hemmested had 17 and Emily Jaeschke had 11 points for Southeast Valley. The team also combined for 14 assists and 7 steals for the evening. “ Sioux Central is a quality team.  They currently are at the top of the conference. It was exciting to see the girls compete together. ” Coach Mills.   

Gowrie, Iowa January 28 - Southeast Valley (6-12) Pocahontas (9-6) -  Southeast Valley struggled physical defensive pressure of the Mustangs. Score by quarters for the Jaguars 5-6-16-17=44 and for the Mustangs 23-12-21-16=65.  Emily Hemmested had 18 points and 4 steals to lead the Jaguars. “We struggled with the physical defensive play of Pocahontas early but I feel that the girls adjusted well in the second half.”  Coach Mills.  

Gowrie, Iowa January 31 - Southeast Valley (6-12) Graettinger Terrill Ruthvan Ayrshire (7-12) - Despite holding GTRA’s leading scorer Madison Hough to 10 points Southeast Valley fell short against cross conference opponents 42-32.  Score by quarters for Jaguars 8-12-6-16=32 and for the Titans 15-7-7-13=42. Jaynie Ferrari lead scoring for the Jaguars with 11. “We had a bad shooting night and that didn’t help our defensive effort. Despite falling short the team still battling until the buzzer sounded.”  Coach Mills

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